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A huge beer festival is coming to Manchester with hundreds of beers on offer

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The Craft Beer Festival

Manchester is getting a huge festival celebrating Craft Beer this July, with 45 breweries and hundreds of beers.

Dedicated to Manchester’s wide and varied craft beer scene, Manchester Craft Beer Festival celebrates beer in all its forms. 

Guests can expect everything from sour beers and IPAs to low ABV beers from a whole host of local brewers, plus a selection of some of the UK’s best.

Plus there will even be a New York showcase, showing the best of the big boys from over the pond.

The Craft Beer Festival

Representing Manchester, you’ll find the likes of Marble, Manchester Union, Track Brewing Co and Pomona Island.

There will also be the brand new Bundobust Brew Pub. Plus international names from some of Europe’s most popular breweries include Norway’s Lervig, Denmark’s Mikkeller and Netherlands’ Fontaal and Kees.

While the New York Showcase will include Grimm, Barrier, KCBC and Equilibrium breweries, there’ll also be appearances by Brew York, Brixton, Northern Monk, Gipsy Hill, Signature, Full Circle, North, Salt, Stone & Wood, The Kernel, Verdant and Vocation, with more to be announced.

The Craft Beer Festival

The best bit is that your ticket includes all the beers you sample! Tickets are priced at £49.50 and upon entry you grab a free glass and sample as many as you responsibly can.

Each ticket allows guest entry for five-hours on Friday or Saturday, giving you ample time to try the beers.

There will also be a lineup of exciting music acts and you get a special festival beer glass and access to the pop-up kitchens. 

The King of funk & soul Craig Charles, Daddy G of Massive Attack – known for hip-hop rhythms and dub grooves – and London’s art rock band Django Django will all be taking over the decks, to provide guests with the perfect sonic backdrop to the festival, with more acts to be announced.

You can also expect some of Manchester’s top foodies offering up some seriously good grub too.

The Craft Beer Festival

Co-founder of We are Beer, Greg Wells said: “We’re ecstatic that we can go ahead with the launch of Manchester Craft Beer Festival this year, we’ve wanted to do something epic in the city for ages – it’s got such great breweries and a creative culture and buzz that is second to none.

“Our festival showcases the best of beer from the UK and around the world and is a complete learning and exploration experience, a chance to drink your favourite beers as well as try something completely new.

“But it’s also an amazing night out – the whole experience is elevated by having some sensational DJs spinning the decks and delicious food to eat so there’s definitely something for everyone.”

The Manchester Craft Beer Festival is taking place at The Depot at Mayfield across July 23rd and 24th 2021. 

You can get tickets here

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NEW OPENING: The hidden neo-Bangkok basement bar inspired by Blade Runner

District has officially unveiled it’s new basement bar

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Tucked away under Oldham Street’s new wave Thai kitchen District, you will now find a brand new Blade Runner-inspired basement bar serving up unique Thai cuisine-infused cocktails.

District, a project by the founders of Tokyo Ramen, has made quite the name for itself since its opening back in June, thanks mainly to its futuristic vision of Bangkok’s fire and barbecue lined streets being brought to the Northern Quarter.

District adopts a wildly progressive approach to its menu with wood-fired, modern barbecue cookery that creates an engaging, long-lasting dinner experience that promises to ‘touch mall the senses’.

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And this week, District are welcoming a whole new concept to their already celebrated kitchen – a neo-Bangkok Blade Runner inspired basement bar.

Yep, the basement of the restaurant has been transformed into a space perfect for those wanting to enjoy the District experience both before and after their meal.

The cocktail menu, like every part of District, has been developed to draw on every sense, with sight, smell and taste being heightened with every sip. All eight cocktails have been inspired by Thai cuisine, combining the best of bar and culinary techniques.

Menu highlights include the FORNAX, made using smoked beef fat rum, fish sauce caramel, tomato, Thai parsley; and DREAM GUN with grilled banana bourbon, milk of the poppy and turmeric.

The drinks menu also includes a ‘DISTRICT THAI-PA’ in collaboration with local brewery Shindigger, a selection of wines and in house made soft drinks such as the ‘TUMERIC POP’ and the ‘SCREWPINE SODA’.

District’s basement bar is open NOW from 5pm – late Thursday – Saturday. Make sure to follow the District Instagram for news and updates.

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There’s a massive free fitness class taking place in Manchester this week

Fancy trying out David Beckham’s workout for free?

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F45 Track

A huge – and completely free – fitness class is happening in Manchester this week, and it could very well be the opportunity to kickstart your health and fitness journey you’ve been waiting for.

Now, I’ll be the first to acknowledge that mustering the strength, the energy and simply the sheer will to attend exercise classes can be a challenge but, as the festive season and an abundance of booze and pigs in blankets approach, it is more important than ever to stay on top of your health.

And luckily for you lot, the opportunity to test the waters for free will be presenting itself this week courtesy of the globally acclaimed fitness company, F45 Track.

F45 Track

Having made its debut in LA back in 2019, F45 Track does what it says on the tin by hosting forty-five minute outdoor training sessions that offer both the public and F45 members a variation of in-studio sessions, all with the aim to burn 750 calories in the forty-five minute time slot.

The ‘F’ stands for ‘Functional Training’, which is a mix of circuit and HIIT style workouts geared towards everyday movement. And the forty-five? Well, that’s the total amount of time for, in their words, ‘sweat-dripping, heart-pumping fun’.

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The company has since expanded to locations all across the globe and has enjoyed a number of celebrity clients like Man United legend David Beckham, who took part in F45 Track workouts during the 2020 lockdowns. 

But putting the glitz and the glamour of celebrity clients to one side, F45 Track’s latest project here in Manchester is offering a FREE fitness class this week courtesy of F45 NQ and the F45 Salford Central.

Yep, completely free for anyone who wants to take part, no strings attached.

The ‘biggest fitness class in Manchester’ will be taking place this Thursday, September 21st and will be hosted by Cory George, F45’s Global Head of Fitness, who will be flying in from LA specially for the event. 

There will also be fresh smoothies, drinks, and healthy snacks provided throughout the event. 

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Those wanting to take part will simply need to bring a towel, a water bottle and plenty of energy to The Love Factory at 5:30pm, rearing and ready for the 6pm start. 

There’s space for 2,000 people to take part so register yourself and your friends here. You can also head over to the F45 website and Instagram page for news and updates. 

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A Manchester bar is giving away free drinks to anyone who beats the bartender at ping-pong or darts

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Manchester’s resident ping-pong bar Twenty Twenty Two is giving away free drinks to anyone who can beat their bartenders at ping pong or darts.

While Twenty Twenty Two has always been famous for its abundance of ping pong tables, underground brick bunker vibes, indoor cinema screenings and cool wall art, it is now known for something else: Darts.

The establishment’s Dead Eye Dart Club is a fantastic new addition to the Northern Quarter’s drinking scene; a no-fuss darts dive bar that pairs the game with music and signature cocktails.

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There’s also a wide selection of drinks available for guests to sip while they play, with happy hour offers including £15 bottles of prosecco and £5 cocktails every Wednesday.

And now, the venue has combined its love of both ping-pong, darts and booze with the launch of its ‘Beat The Bartender’ competition.

Every Thursday night, guests are given the opportunity to double their round for the price of one by taking on one of the bartenders in a game of ping pong or darts. If they win, they get their next round on the house.

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Speaking previously to the MEN, owner Jamie Scahill explained the inspiration behind the unusual concept, saying it actually came from a ‘drunken conversation in Dr Pong in Berlin’.

He said: “We had plans to open the ping-pong room and needed ideas for the Saturday night, and came up with the idea of combining the three together with a free party every week.

“I think because it’s off the beaten track a little bit it takes a bit more effort to find and we have interesting events mixed with some fine DJs and good booze.”

Beat The Bartender is available every Thursday – just ask your friendly bartender for more details.

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